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Email Template: An Invitation to Solemnizers


 

So how do you invite a solemnizer to officiate your marriage? You can either call or email them. Although text messages are convenient, we don’t recommend it as this occasion warrants a more formal and courteous invitation.


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We’ve come up with a simple template with the essential information that every solemnizer would need from you in the initial stages of your marriage preparations. All you need to do is to replace the grey text with your details.

TEMPLATE A

Dear Mr/Ms name of solemnizer,

I am groom’s full name, and together with my fiancée bride’s full name, we would like to invite you to be our Solemnizer for our upcoming wedding on day, date and time at name of venue. I was recommended by my friend, friend’s name who was married by you.

I hope you would be available on this date to preside our ceremony. Kindly reply us with a confirmation of your availability and Licence Number so that we may proceed with the online filing of Notice of Marriage. My mobile number is XXXX XXXX if you need to call me.

Thank you and I look forward to your reply.

Sincerely,
Groom’s name

 

TEMPLATE B

Dear Mr/Ms name of solemnizer,

I am bride’s full name, and together with my fiancé groom’s full name, we would like to invite you to be our Solemnizer for our upcoming wedding on day, date and time at name. I came across your name as I was browsing through the list of Licensed Solemnizer in the ROM website.

I hope you would be available on this date to preside our ceremony. Kindly reply us with a confirmation of your availability and Licence Number so that we may proceed with the online filing of Notice of Marriage. My mobile number is XXXX XXXX if you need to call me.

Thank you and I look forward to your reply.

Sincerely,
Bride’s name




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